[hoo-in-uh m, hwin-uh m, win-] /huˈɪn əm, ˈʰwɪn əm, ˈwɪn-/
(in Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels) one of a race of horses endowed with reason, who rule the Yahoos, a race of degraded, brutish creatures having human form.
1727, in “Gulliver’s Travels,” coined by Swift to suggest whinnying.
1. high-occupancy vehicle: a car or other vehicle carrying a required minimum number of passengers, usually two. high-occupancy vehicle
/ˈhəufəˌvɑːt/ noun 1. a medium-sized strongly-built dog of a breed with a long thick coat, a thick tuft of hair round the neck, and a long bushy tail
[hohv] /hoʊv/ verb 1. simple past tense and past participle of . [heev] /hiv/ verb (used with object), heaved or (especially Nautical) hove; heaving. 1. to raise or lift with effort or force; hoist: to heave a heavy ax. 2. to throw, especially to lift and throw with effort, force, or violence: to heave an […]
/ˈhəʊvɪə/ noun 1. any of various plants of the Australian genus Hovea, having clusters of small purple flowers